Which Indians Were the First to Use the Bow & Arrow?

Answer It's sometimes difficult to understand that Native Americans did not always have the bow and arrow to use for hunting and, later, for war. In fact, they existed for 11,000 years by using other hunt... Read More »

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How many Indians were at the first Thanksgiving?

In 1621, Chief Massasoit of the native Wampanoag people brought 90 braves with him to the first Thanksgiving. The natives joined 50 English colonists, also known as Pilgrims, in a three-day celebra... Read More »

What was the first tribe of Indians who joined the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving?

The Wampanoag Indians were the first tribe members who joined the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621. Many of the foods that currently are eaten for Thanksgiving were not available at the P... Read More »

In which century were the pyramids first built?

Egyptian pyramids, varying in size and shape, were created to bury Egypt's rulers, called pharaohs, during the Old Kingdom from 2575 to 2151 B.C. according to National Geographic. However, pyramid ... Read More »

How were indians buried at california missions?

Tens of thousands of Indian burials took place at or near California missions. Spanish missionaries intentionally killed many Indians who rebelled and unintentionally infected the rest with disease... Read More »